Sunday, September 25, 2011

石磨坊 Shek Mo Fong@Mongkok, Hong Kong

I've been trying different desserts brand in Hong Kong. This time around, thought of checking out other options. Since we were near Mongkok, and saw Shek Mo Fong board, decided to check out their desserts. Like what my sis said, dessert here in HK, cannot be too bad though!!! OK, we have to just explore ya!

The place was deserted when we entered. Fine, perhaps is dinner time, people are not ready for desserts yet. Since we were super tired after a long day shopping, we just sit down and relax. As usual, a long list in their menu for us to choose....decision..decision, have to decide what to order...
Finally, I decided to order Cold sesame and walnut paste 芝麻合挑糊. Yummy yummy, it's not sweet at all, can really taste the rich walnut and sesame paste...feel so healthy haha.

Sis ordered mango and leung fun mix, not bad also...but no comparison with 滿記 Honey Moon Dessert.

Wanted to try more, but we just have to say too much good food, too little stomach....coz we have to keep some quota for other delicious food.
Haha, then only we can give ourselves excuses to come to Hong Kong again...

p/s: compare to other dessert house I've visited in Hong Kong, so far, Shek Mo Fong has got the worst service...
This outlet that we visited located in Mongkok, Hak Po Street 88.

Monday, September 19, 2011

Kam Wah Cafe金華冰廳@Prince Edward, Hong Kong

Just came back from HK for a short trip. This time around, we stayed at Mongkok Metropark Hotel. The hotel is rather old, but rooms are clean, nothing much to shout about. However, it is strategically located. There is a a bus stop right in front of the hotel. We took airport bus directly to the hotel, cost us only HK33. Not only that, walking distance to Prince Edward MTR station ( less than 3 mins walk ) and near to Mongkok Fa Yuen street and other nice eateries around.

We walked for approximately to one of Hong Kong most famous cafe for its polo bun and best of the best milk tea for breakfast. Kam Wah金華 is especially crowded for breakfast. However, we managed to get a shared table to enjoy the firey polo bun菠蘿包. One of the most sinful but tasty breakfast, with a big chunk of butter inside. Of course, this is not our first time tasting polo bun in Hong Kong, but Kam Wah's version has to be the best, so far. Crispy outside, but one bite of it melts inside my! No wonder Kam Wah has won so many awards for their Polo Bun!!

My satisfaction level never stops here, their Milk Tea was super duper good. I SIMPLY love it.The greedy us also ordered egg tarts and toast. The egg tarts also are heavenly....cannot resist...the next day we da bao the tarts again, surprisingly after 4 hours, they still taste good! Thumbs up! I love my Hong Kong breakfast!

Prince Edward Bute Street No 47.太子弼街47號地下
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